Mass Effect Extended Cut, released Tuesday, includes some data hidden by BioWare within the game's files that connects to a new DLC pack.

According to Eurogamer, a partial script, spotted by the BioWare Social Network, had been extracted and posted on Pastebin. The extracted part includes fresh dialogues from the game's main characters.

As per the data, the new DLC expansion is about a Reaper defector named Leviathan, who has been controlling a Reaper-indoctrinated mining colony for 10 years. Shepard must penetrate the colony to rescue the scientist Ann Brynson, who can either live or die based upon your choices.

One of the dialogues throws some light on more information about the history of Reapers, including their creators.

So the Reapers did not fully exterminate their creators. That suggests they are fallible, even on large or long-term scales.

A Reaper called Leviathan was mentioned previously in Mass Effect lore. While scanning a planet in Mass Effect 1, a corpse of a living starship called The Leviathan of Dis was revealed. Now, in Mass Effect 3, the character Balak suggests that the Leviathan was an inactive Reaper, which the Batarians have reactivated by chance.

Mass Effect 3 producer Mike Gamble took to his Twitter account Tuesday and said that there's more content coming for the game.

As i've said before,we do this for you! EC was our gift to the fans.Hope you enjoyed. Also...keep your ears open over the next little while, Gamble tweeted.

BioWare is going to address fans at the San Diego Comic-Con, which is scheduled from July 12 to 15.